# Difference between revisions of "Update Status"

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## Calculate the total missing value needed to satisfy the partial outputs. | ## Calculate the total missing value needed to satisfy the partial outputs. | ||

## The missing value of an outBailment is the originally-requested size of the outBailment minus the sum of all outputs created to satisfy it (if any exist). | ## The missing value of an outBailment is the originally-requested size of the outBailment minus the sum of all outputs created to satisfy it (if any exist). | ||

− | ### Obtain a list of eligible inputs from the | + | ### Obtain a list of eligible inputs from the series after <code>inputstop</code> and calculate their total value. |

− | ### If the eligible value of | + | ### If the eligible value of this series is greater than the total missing value, then the series after <code>inputstop</code> is the target series. |

#### If not, repeat the above process while keeping a running total of eligible value until a target series is located. | #### If not, repeat the above process while keeping a running total of eligible value until a target series is located. | ||

### Append the number of the target series to the <code>status</code> value for every partial series. | ### Append the number of the target series to the <code>status</code> value for every partial series. | ||

# Update the <code>nextinputstart</code> value. | # Update the <code>nextinputstart</code> value. | ||

− | ## If the input stack is empty, <code>nextinputstart</code> is the first [[address identifier]] for the | + | ## If the input stack is empty, <code>nextinputstart</code> is the first [[address identifier]] for the the series after <code>inputstop</code>. |

## If the input stack is not empty, <code>nextinputstart</code> is the [[address identifier]] for the next input in the stack. | ## If the input stack is not empty, <code>nextinputstart</code> is the [[address identifier]] for the next input in the stack. | ||

[[Category:Transaction Construction Algorithm (voting pools)|07]] | [[Category:Transaction Construction Algorithm (voting pools)|07]] |

## Latest revision as of 20:53, 8 July 2015

## Initial Conditions

- Every outBailmentID in the output list provided has a non-nil
`status`

value in the withdrawal status object.

## Sequence

- Update the status for any split outBailments which exist:
- Split outBailments have more than one item in their
`outpoints`

array and have an existing`status`

value of "success". - Change the
`status`

for all split outBailments from "success" to "split".

- Split outBailments have more than one item in their
- Update the status for any partial outBailments which exist:
- Partial outBailments have existing
`status`

value of "partial-". - Calculate the total missing value needed to satisfy the partial outputs.
- The missing value of an outBailment is the originally-requested size of the outBailment minus the sum of all outputs created to satisfy it (if any exist).
- Obtain a list of eligible inputs from the series after
`inputstop`

and calculate their total value. - If the eligible value of this series is greater than the total missing value, then the series after
`inputstop`

is the target series.- If not, repeat the above process while keeping a running total of eligible value until a target series is located.

- Append the number of the target series to the
`status`

value for every partial series.

- Obtain a list of eligible inputs from the series after

- Partial outBailments have existing
- Update the
`nextinputstart`

value.- If the input stack is empty,
`nextinputstart`

is the first address identifier for the the series after`inputstop`

. - If the input stack is not empty,
`nextinputstart`

is the address identifier for the next input in the stack.

- If the input stack is empty,